Inflexive In*flex"ive, a. 1. Inflective. [1913 Webster]

``Inflexive endings.'' --W. E. Jelf. [1913 Webster]

2. Inflexible. [R.] ``Foes inflexive.'' --Chapman. [1913 Webster]

The Collaborative International Dictionary of English. 2000.

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  • inflexive — adj. inflective; inflectional, of or pertaining to inflection (Grammar); inflexible …   English contemporary dictionary

  • inflexive — in·flex·ive …   English syllables

  • inflexive — ə̇nˈfleksiv adjective Etymology: Latin inflexus (past participle of inflectere to inflect) + English ive chiefly Britain : inflective …   Useful english dictionary

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